|Meeting Point||At your hotel (central Tokyo area)|
|Departure||09:30 AM ( recommended ) Flexible|
|Tour Type||Private Tour ( only for you )|
|Number of people||1 ~ 5|
This tour features sections of urban bustle and peaceful quiet zone with different personalities coexisting side by side.
Meiji-jingu is grandest Shinto shrine in Tokyo situated in a 700,000 square meter forest in Shibuya.
It is a special oasis in the midst of all the big-city hustle and bustle.
In the afternoon, we head to Asakusa, it takes 30 minutes from Shibuya station by Ginza line.
Asakusa located Tokyo's East side which is reminiscent of Edo period.
Sensoji is Tokyo's oldest buddist temple. It is famous for it's Kaminarimon or Thunder gate where a giant red lantern hangs.
Nakamise shopping street is one of the best places to buy traditional Japanese souvenirs.
Tokyo sky tree opend in 2012. It is the tallest broadcasting tower in the world. There are two observation deck s at 350m and 450m. you can enjoy the landscape of Tokyo.
Mrs Atsuko is an excellent guide who is fluent in the english language. I mention that because that is not easy to find in japan. She worked out a plan according to our wishes and showed us everything we wanted. She is a well educated and delightful person which i can highly recomend. Chris and family from Austria
Atsuko was great right from where we met at the train station. She helped me purchase a train card and explained how it was used. She took me to all the sites that I wanted to see including to a maid cafe which was very fun. I think Atsuko had more fun than I did as she laughed at me with my bunny ears! The Hamarikyu Garden was gorgeous and Atsuko explained the plants and the history of the garden which was fascinating. For lunch I wanted to eat something Japanese but also something that I had never eaten before so Atsuko took me to an excellent Japanese restaurant and helped me order food. I don't speak Japanese so Atsuko's translations were awesome. I could never had done this tour by myself without her help. Atsuko also took me to the Tokyo tower, a must see for me, which was incredible. I would not think twice to hire Atsuko again for more sight seeing in the future. If you are looking for a guide that is friendly, funny, and very helpful then look no further. I highly recommend Atsuko for your sight seeing tours.
the activities she planned for us gave us a nice taste of Toyko Atsuko was very sweet professional and knowledgable . We really speaking English with her and sharing stories
Atsuko has been all that we could wish for in a Guide for our visit to Tokyo, and more. We gave her our 'Wish List' Itinerary three months before our arrival, and we will achieve all of our aims, which is down to Atsuko's amazing efficiency. She has a wonderful personality, and has a great sense of humor. We could wish for no one better to be our Guide, than this amazing Lady. We anticipate returning to Tokyo again, sometime early 2018 and we shall be booking Atsuko well in advance of our arrival date.
It was the first day of our first ever visit to Tokyo. Atsuko put together an itinerary that had us visit the major highlights and gave us a great orientation of the city. She showed us how to use public transit and suggested some wonderful places to visit for the next days when we would be on our own. Her English is excellent and she relates very well to Americans which made our day a lot of fun. She easily conveyed her knowledge of history and culture of Japan. Overall we had a great day and I would strongly suggest Atsuko as a guide and we would use her next time in Tokyo.
This tour covers Tokyo's popular sightseeing spots. You can enjoy Japanese culture through sightseeing, delicious seafood cuisine made from freshly caught fish. Then cross Tokyo Bay with a view of Rainbow Bridge on cruise. Odaiba is New Tokyo Waterfront Subcenter and huge amusement zone.